Jitendra Singh

Broken In
can u guys tell me where LG possibly have the motherboard and internals if the tv is super thin like this
and and super thin bezel too


You noticed a very nice thing. However, LG managed to put all motherboard and internals in the base of its OLED TV. Overall seems that there is only TV screen in thin bezel and no internals.
 

Vyom

The Power of x480
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Admin
another possible future of panels

This have captivated me! :shock:
It's Star Wars dude!!! Something like this is not far fetched it seems!

starwars_hologram.jpg


(and no anirbandd, Minority report can be associated with Mutitouch gesture, but this is more like 3D holographic display!)
 

Vyom

The Power of x480
Staff member
Admin
Ok, lemme rephrase:
".. Minority report can be associated with Mutitouch gesture only, but this is more like 3D holographic display!)
 
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amjath

amjath

Human Spambot
told u tegra 4 is not a big thing

Alleged first Tegra 4 benchmarks show promising graphics power, but not as good as A6X - GSMArena Blog

we saw flexible displays what next batteries that is going to be one is it nahhhh

Researchers from South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology have developed new "shape-conformable" polymer electrolytes that could help craft those flexible display handsets of the future. Thanks to the nano-materials used, these polymers behave like more typical liquefied electrolytes but would create, according to the country's Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, substantially more stable flexible power cells, especially under high temperatures. The polymer electrolytes are spread onto electrodes and then blasted by ultraviolet rays for 30 seconds; a process that's also substantially faster than the standard battery manufacturing process. Unfortunately, there's no visual representation of exactly how flexible the new cell is, but we're hoping it'll be able to match what we've seen so far in flexible OLED displays.

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2013/01/16/korean-researchers-develop-new-flexible-battery-tech/
 
What about Sony ultra-HD OLED TV? I heard from somewhere that they have launched world’s first 4K OLED TV whereas; Samsung and LG showed their 4k and OLED TVs separately.
 
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